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Check your fuses. If the fuse is good then you'll have to check for power at the horn itself. If you have power then use a 12 volt test light and check your ground circuit. Have smeone depress the horn switch with the test light hooked up to the power side of the circuit and also the ground side, if the light illuminates with the horn depressed then you have a bad horn assembly.

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